Τετάρτη, 9 Μαρτίου 2016

Teaching and Teacher Education

Teaching and Teacher Education


  Vol. 54, n°1, 2/2016

 
  • Practicing teachers' responses to case method of instruction in an online graduate course, Stephanie C. Sanders-Smith, Tina M. Smith-Bonahue, Olivia R. Soutullo
  • Teacher agency and professional learning in cross-cultural teaching contexts: Accounts of Chinese teachers from international schools in Hong Kong, Chun Lai, Zhen Li, Yang Gong
  • Teachers' emotions and emotion regulation strategies: Self- and students' perceptions, Jingwen Jiang, Marja Vauras, Simone Volet, Yili Wang
  • Exploring the relationship between school-level teacher qualifications and teachers' perceptions of school-based professional learning community practices, Dora Ho, Moosung Lee, Yue Teng
  • The indirect effect of children's gender on early childhood educators' mathematical talk, Amber Simpson, Sandra M. Linder
  • To what extent does problem-based learning contribute to students' professional identity development?, Chin Pei Tan, H.T. Van der Molen, H.G. Schmidt
  • Constructing the caring higher education teacher: A theoretical framework , Caroline Walker, Alan Gleaves
  • Building resilience in teacher education: An evidenced informed framework, Caroline F. Mansfield, Susan Beltman, Tania Broadley, Noelene Weatherby-Fell
  • Already elsewhere – A study of (skilled) teachers' choice to leave teaching, Per Lindqvist, Ulla Karin Nordänger
  • Associations between the awakening responses of salivary α-amylase and cortisol with self-report indicators of health and wellbeing among educators, Deirdre A. Katz, Mark T. Greenberg, Patricia A. Jennings, Laura Cousino Klein
  • Five beginning teachers' reflections on enacting New Zealand's national standards, Lee A. Smith, Vivienne Anderson, Keely Blanch
  • Teachers' beliefs about students, and the intention of students to drop out of secondary education in Flanders, Mieke Van Houtte, Jannick Demanet
  • How inclusive is “inclusive education” in the Ontario elementary classroom?: Teachers talk about addressing diverse gender and sexual identities, Pamela Malins
  • Classroom assessment and English Language Learners: Teachers' accommodations implementation on routine math and science tests, Beth Clark-Gareca


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0742051X/54

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